This blog is the second part of the series “Building a Blog with eXo”. If you missed it, check out Part 1, where we demonstrated how to build the core structure, navigation and pages, and quickly configured the apps. In this Part 2, we will show how to improve the look-and-feel by adding custom templates. The blog application in eXo Platform 3.5 uses the built-in web content document type to store posts. While a web content structure has everything needed for storing and displaying blog posts, let’s create a dedicated document type so we can easily differentiate between blog posts and other types of content.